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The North Providence Breeze 12-12-2018

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | DECEMBER 12-18, 2018 REAL ESTATE 7 Register of Historic Homes. Lapierre said that for tax purposes there is some-what of a discount with an FFA (Farm, Forest, Agriculture) designation. The house has been known as the Isaac Wilkinson home since 1829. The house has a two-car detached garage and a big red barn. The property was a working farm in the mid to late 1970s, Lapierre said. The current owner has owned the house since 1958. The big red barn has four stalls and another barn houses equip- ment and a feeding area. Lapierre is hoping there is a buyer who would want to recreate a gentleman's estate. "It would be the ideal set- ting for a gentleman's farm with horses, cows, gardens and farm animals," she said. The house is in North Smithfield, but the property abuts three towns, North Smithfield, Lincoln and Woonsocket. This single family resi- dence offers four beds and three-and-a-half baths with a total of 3,508 square feet of living space. A porticoed entry wel- comes visitors into the antique house. The main level features a sitting room, large formal living room, a formal dining room, a coun- try kitchen as well as two family rooms, a sunroom and a den or study. Both fam- ily rooms have fireplaces. Lapierre said that one of the family rooms was once a carriage house. Most of the floors are hardwood except in the kitchen, the sunroom, and the old carriage house. A laundry room is also on the first level. The formal dining room features coffered ceilings, adding to the luxurious atmosphere. The bedrooms are on the second level. The master suite includes an attached bathroom with a tiled bath and glass-door shower. There are two more bedrooms that share a full bath. Lapierre said the bathrooms are in gorgeous condition. Also on the second level is a separate in-law suite with a complete kitchen, full bath and bedroom. The woodwork and extra details in each room give this house an old New England feel plus the expansive grounds adds to the country aspect. "This home has been lov- ingly maintained," Lapierre said. The property is centrally located, just minutes from Routes 99, 146 and 295. It is listed at $995,000 by Martha Lapierre, of Residential Properties, and is only available to be shown by private appointment. Call Lapierre at 401-447-9966 to make an appointment. For more information on the house visit, 956oldsmithfield. com . FARMHOUSE From Page One

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